Laboratory for the Psychology
of Child Development
Cloélia is a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Neuroscience of the Psychology Institute (Paris Descartes University) since October 2017. She obtained her Master's degree in Neuropsychology and Cognitive Psychology in 2014 at Paris Descartes University and earned her PhD in the LaPsyDE, under the supervision of Pr. Arnaud Cachia and Dr. Sylvain Charron in 2017. Her research focuses on the different factors that modulate the inhibitory control efficiency. She is particularly interested in the effects of early neurodevelopmental constraints (ie. sulcal patterns) and later neuroplastic mechanisms in children and adolescents who have been receiving intensive inhibitory control training.
Tissier, C., Linzarini, A., Allaire-Duquette, G., Mevel, K., Poirel, N., Dollfus, S., Etard, O., Orliac, F., Peyrin, C., Charron, S., Raznahan, A., Houdé, O., Borst, G., & Cachia, A. (2018). Sulcal polymorphisms of the IFC and ACC contribute to inhibitory control variability in children and adults. eNeuro (in press).
Borst, G., Cachia, A., Tissier, C., Ahr, E., Simon, G., & Houdé, O. (2016). Early cerebral constraints on reading skills of school-age children: An MRI study. Mind, Brain & Education, 10, 47-54.
Cachia, A., Borst, G., Tissier, C., Fischer, C., Plaze, M., Gay, O., Rivière, D., Gogtay, N., Giedd, J., Mangin, J.-F., Houdé, O., & Raznahan, A. (2016). Longitudinal stability of the folding pattern of the anterior cingulate cortex during development. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 19, 122-127.